Found April 28, 2013 on
A Texas Rangers fan made a young Minnesota Twins fan very happy when he handed him a foul ball during Sunday's game at Target Field.
It happened in the bottom of the sixth inning as Twins batter Chris Parmalee hit the foul ball into the stands. The Rangers fan deserves all the credit for giving the young fan the souvenir and making his day.
The boy was clearly excited and appreciative of the gesture, as he clearly understands what it means to take home a baseball from a major league park, unlike this kid.
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